This is the finalized code released to the public that I created in a video linked here.
This indicators combines a Bollinger Band and Stochastic RSI to produce signals for possible price reversal. The signals are displayed by default as green arrows for bullish and red arrows for bearish.
To trigger a signal the indicator checks for the following:
FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES
There are multiple tools that allow you to place "scaled orders" on your exchange, namely Alertatron and Bybit Tools. This script is based on some Alertatron features, but you can use it for any grid like order placing strategy. Even if thats not your thing it's an example of how to use arrays in pinescript.
FROM PRICE - is the price to...
Example of requesting Earnings, Splits, Dividends using pine-script.
That way is inner representation of data in TradingView, so it can be changed any time. It's just an example of requesting of the data.
Description of the series.
time: report date (unix time stamp)
open: estimate value
low: reported value
close: actual value
Since the last BTC Short Squeeze on Bitmex maintenance I decided to made a Indicator plotting Long:Short ratio, and their respective graphs.
Green = Longs
Red = Shorts
Black = Ratio (Longs:Shorts)*Close <= Close price just for chart normalization!
I hope you find it useful.
NOTE: It isn't a prospective indicator, but try to find out who's bitching the market...
- I often see ppl struggeling do the first own strategy
- this is an example, for a smooth start
- EDIT it to your needs ( DELET my EXAMPELS and add your INPUTS/CONDITIONS)
- i added also a Backtestrange, so you can test your Strategy in different marketphases
- also added a trailing-stop-loss
Slow stochastic with ADX exhaustation and sell/entry points as orange/green circles.
This is a script I remade from Marco Valente's "RSI Combo" and Oshri17 "Slow stochastic".
Credits and thanks to them for sharing, I just expanded the diversity ^^
Hope you enjoy phit! ;D
Pinescript requires many of its built-in functions to use a simple int as their period length, which entails the period length cannot vary during the script's execution. These functions allow using a series int or series float for their period length, which means it can vary on each bar.
The functions shared in this script include:
Rolling sum: ...
A small method to translate strings to numbers.
For example, we have a string:
s = "321"
To check if the last symbol is "1", we might just try to remove (or replace with an empty string) the symbol "1". If the string changed, then there was the symbol "1" in the string:
s2 = str.replace_all (s, "1", "")
now s2 is "32", so
s == s2 returns false.
But we can't...
Lots of moving averages are based on a weighted sum, the most common ones being the simple (arithmetic) and linearly weighted moving average. The problems with the weighted sum approach is that when your moving average is a FIR filter then the number of operations increase with higher values of length, and when the weights are based on a complex calculation this...
This script is for a triple moving average indicator where the user can select from different types of moving averages and periods. This script improves upon tutorial 3 by adding source selection for MAs and another option for an MA that is not built-in, the HMA . It is meant as an educational script with well formatted styling, and references for specific functions.
This time I took the pattern recognizer from a previous script I worked.
It overlays the Arrows on the chart.
#Maroon colour: Strong bearish signal
#Red colour: Bearish signal
#Dark Green colour: Strong bullish signal
#Lime: Bullish signal
NOTE: Also, you can untick the patterns you don't find useful, but I kept every pattern to get a complete...